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with renewable energy. >> reporter: all this success comes as u.s. solar installations jumped by 76% in 2012 and solar market insight reports the average cost of the solar installation dropped 70%. >> the big factor is awareness. people are becoming more aware that the solution is there. i talked to people and they don't know that putting solar on the roof is cheaper than buying electricity from the utility. >> reporter: the skies are not all sunny for green tech. electric auto maker says its company deals with slow sales and delays. but for the most part green tech is paying off both in jobs and stock returns. >> it is a reflection of people opting to technology at a larger scale. >> a scale the bay area hopes will grow as our weather heats up. >> the solar market insight report sets the number of solar related jobs doubled and shares of silver spring network jumped 30% on the first day of trading. >>> we have a look at the restaurant which was damaged by fire last week. general manager says it could be another week before they can assess the rebuilding process. now reservations are cancell
senior year in high school and all of a sudden there was this group that had incredible high energy, encredibly catchy energy and high energy and yet insidious. chris: what do you mean? younger people don't realize this was the first time i remember that parents were really challenge bid their kids on hair, on statements and who is the boss the >> what is interesting about the beatles, like all musicians that want to make it, their first music was pleasing music, happy music. chris: sure was. >> and then as they got popular and, frankly, lived a little and saw more of the world and became a little older, wiser, and maybe more cynical, they let it show in their music too, which then took off. you want to talk about challenging authority, that's when. chris: and gf -- before the beatles, i hadn't really thought a lot about britain, you know, carnaby street and all that. but all of a sudden these simple lyrics, my older brother said to me, they sing simple rock 'n' roll songs and everybody loves them. >> they were the first ones to really make it big in america. it was really the beatl
that's one degree celsius. if something is one degree above freezing, would it be radiating energy? yes. would that energy have a frequency? how about i compare that to radiating at two degrees above celsius? would that be radiating energy? would that energy have a frequency? yes. would that frequency be doubled? no. check your neighbor. yeah. ah. hey, gang. would the temperature be-- would the frequency be doubled? get right to that point. get right to that question. the question is: wouldn't that work best for kelvin? yeah. honey, it will only work for kelvin because one degree celsius is not twice as hot as two is-- i should say two degrees celsius is not twice as hot as one degree celsius. see, to say twice as hot is to imply twice the internal energy. try this one. the waitress brings over some coffee because you've ordered coffee with your apple pie, and you say, "oh, i'd like the coffee really hot." and she brings it over, and you put your trusty thermometer in, and, son of a gun, it's iced coffee. ice cubes and everything. it's zero degrees celsius. and you say to the waitress,
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to break the foreign oil depend eps. he outlined a plan to pay for energy alternative development. it would include drilling important oil and gas here in the u.s. >> i'm proposing we take some of our oil gas revenues from public lands and put it towards research that will benefit the public so we can support american ingenuity. scientists are designing new engines that are more energy efficient and developing cheaper batteries to go farther and devising new ways to fuel our cars and trucks with new sources of clean energy like advanced biofuels so drivers can coast to coast without using a drop of oil. >> carolyn: president will bring his ideas back to the bay area this spring. on april 3rd and 4th he is expected to host fund-raising events for senate candidates in the 2014 elections as well as the democratic national committee. >>> coming up, republicans name their symbolic leader in the straw poll. plus, we'll look for the continued fallout for midwest republican after he offers support important same-sex marriage. big weather changes ahead. leigh glaser is up next with your accu-weather
we're sold and that's true in part. when you produce the car it uses a lot of energy and electricity especially to produce the battery. so what's the-- it's like you've already driven it 80,000 miles. he so, you've already put out a lot by buying the car. >> paul: and the production, is it more green, more carbon emissions produced for the battery than produced for a regular car? >> yes, it produces more than twice the amount of co 2, producing the electric cars than the regular gas car. so, it's clearly behind already when it rolls out the factory. and also, while you're driving you still recharge it with electricity and of course, put out less co 2 than a gasoline car, but you have a lot to catch up. unless you drive it for a very long wall, at least, 60, 70,000 miles you don't get ahead because they have very, very short ranges and that's not a possible outcome. >> you have to plug into the electric grid essentially and the electric power is produced by right now things like coal and natural gas. and what if we move to an electric power grid that was fundamentally powered by wind
. >> the tank leaks are shocking, the size and number of the thes, and the fact that department of energy did not know about this or they were looking at the monitoring close enough, or they didn't disclose it to the public soon enough. >> officials say the leaks pose no immediate danger to the environment or people in the area. environmentalists want to see better oversight of the hanford cleanup effort, which has been underway for two decades at a cost of $2 billion a year. throughout the cold war, hanford's nine nuclear reactors churned out plutonium for the u.s. nuclear weapons program, producing more than 60,000 warheads. the volume of waste left over is staggering. more than 200 million liters of radioactive liquid and 700,000 cubic meters of solid nuclear waste. over the years, nearly 4 million liters of liquid have leaked, enough to fill 20,000 bathtubs. >> the u.s. department of energy turned down al jazeera's request to film on the site and they also said no when we asked to interview responsible officials. the department said they are committed to safely cleaning up the site and is
tap of our own energy resources here, but the boom from fracking makes this much very clear. it is ad goo day when it's the cartels whining about what we're doing and this time how it's costing them. anyway, just how big a deal is this more than a little pinch for opec? let's ask sandra smith and phil flynn. what do you think? >> they'll feel the pinch. this is going to be costly for them to the tune of citigroup has a drastic note in the month of february saying opec finds is challenging to last another 60 years. they are saying we have the ability to be energy independent in the next 20 years. they've even on some of the analysts say in the next five to ten years based on the shale boom here in the united states. we have the ability, according to the intergnarl energy agency, to overtake saudi arabia, the kingpin of oil production for opec in the next five to ten years. neil: that is assuming we keep going with fracking. >> that is assuming the environmentalists don't get in the way or private business still has enough incentive to do this, and that the government doesn't get in the
club was meant to pump positive energy back into this space. >> we all have people we l and people would love us and the people last night somehow fert that. >> reporter: last night berkeley police s.w.a.t. surrounded the neighborhood after two armed robbers shot and injured two employees at the popular club. >> i thought i wasdae. >> reporter: she was behind the bar. >> i heard pop, pop and i hear somebody say gun. >> reporter: he saw them close up. >> one put a gun in both sighs. >> we need peace in the world. >> reporter: ashkenaz opened tonight with a prayer for the two victims and the gunman. >> the people who did that don't know the mission of the place and they just saw the money. >> reporter: the cultural diverse club isn't the first place you would think of for a double shooting b-it's not the first time that guns have interrupted the rhythm. it was incidence, 1996. >> he was shot. >> reporter: 17 years ago mourners lit candles to remember david nadle at the club he founded. the ashkenaz philosophy, beat crime by building community. now i just heard them make an anno
the budget and energy policy or even how we grow the economy it starts by having a conversation. so i thought it was a good sign that he came and he met with us. we'll see what follows. >> shannon: i understand there was discussion of the keystone pipeline and whether or not that will be approved by the administration. the white house says it is up to the state department. even from the white house there has to be influence or input from there. the president gave a speech in chicago this week on energy issues. where do you think he is on that? yes. >> didn't hint either way. he basically said that he was going be making a decision shortly. and he just went through the different considerations but we need this pipeline. we need to say yes to american energy, north american energy. it is one of the best ways to get our economy growing and get people back to work is by actually committing to a national energy policy that would make us energy independent. so i'm hopeful that he will say, yes. boy, across-the-board people have been making the case to him. they changed the route. they have done eve
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. >> reporter: for gomez said pope francis had lung problems years ago, but that he has enough energy for the job. >> more details on the pope's positions. as a cardinal he clashed over legalizing same-sex marriage in that country. calling it a destructive attack on god's plan. he also said gay adoption is discrimination against children. and on the topic of abortion, he called it a death sentence for unborn children. >> the church needs to get out of the business of protecting priests, and get more into following the laws of reporting child abuse. >> the church treated abuse as a religious issue, but it's really a criminal issue. he told us, he's heard a lot of words from the church, but not a lot of concrete action. >> the pope is expected to meet with his predecessor, benedict xvi. the meeting is expected to take place just south of rome, where benedict has been living. at ktvu.com we have a tab dedicated to the pope's selection, including his first public address as pope, along with more local reaction. >>> we are learning new details tonight about the arrests made during last wee
problems years ago, but that he has enough energy for the job. >> more details on the pope's positions. as a cardinal he clashed over legalizing same-sex marriage in that country. calling it a destructive attack on god's plan. he also said gay adoption is discrimination against children. and on the topic of abortion, he called it a death sentence for unborn children. >> the church needs to get out of the business of protecting priests, and get more into following the laws of reporting child abuse. >> the church treated abuse as a religious issue, but it's really a criminal issue. he told us, he's heard a lot of words from the church, but not a lot of concrete action. >> the pope is expected to meet with his predecessor, benedict xvi. the meeting is expected to take place just south of rome, where benedict has been living. at ktvu.com we have a tab dedicated to the pope's selection, including his first public address as pope, along with more local reaction. >>> we are learning new details tonight about the arrests made during last week's crime sweep in oakland. police tell us they arres
president obama will head to one of the nations top energy research labs. and he will release new information about his energy policy. ktvu kyla campbell is live in washington, d.c. newsroom with a sneak peek at what the president will be doing. kyla. >> reporter: dave, the president says the u.s. has made great strides in recent years to create its own energy and it relies less on oil and gas from other countries. but the president says more needs to be done and he needs help from congress. president obama wants to invest there are 2 billion -- wants to invest $2 billion over the next decade in renewable sources. the president is calling on congress to create a new energy security trust. that would include research funding to improve home grown bio fuels and vehicles that run on electricity. he says imports are at a 20- year low. and they are releasing a report saying america as a whole is spending less on gas. the number of hybrid vehicles doubling over the last five years and say there is are six- times as many car models that get $30 miles per gallon or more. there are more de
. >> the issue of energy is one that looks to be something that the president and perhaps can get some bipartisan agreement. that xl pipeline coming down from canada, the state department, congressman, has cleared the way for the president to say, yes, let's open it up. wy whooi shouldn't he? >> i'm in the process of looking at the state department's analysis. they did a very complicated analysis. we have resolved that you can actually build the pipeline safely in terms of the committees it goes through but a they rerouted the pipeline, because the president and others raised concerns. now the question is whether or not the overall climate effects, the overall energy impacts are something for us. i'm in the process of looking at the state department's report right now. >> that's the easiest thing to do. you could create 20,000 new jobs. it's been out there for three years. this is the challenge. energy is even in our budget. the budget that balances, it puts a new energy perspective in there that has energy independence. how many jobs would that create? why do we have to wait? this is common sens
's dysfunctional bureaucracy and focus on bringing new energy to this global institution, and the old guard who want to maintain the status quo. >> i think he does belong in the reformer category. i think he picks up the mantle of john paul ii. i think he is someone of the new evangelization. >> reporter: a new leader charged with steering the church through a crucial moment in history. now we understand from new york's cardinal, timothy dolan that tomorrow pope francis will go visit benedict, pope emeritus. and then next tuesday pope francis will celebrate his first mass here at st. peter's. tuesday is the feast of st. joseph, the patron saint of the universal church. brian? >> you said two striking things during our live coverage earlier today. that was how silent it got when he asked for silence, and what it was like as he read the prayer, as he led the group in prayer and everyone in the square followed along. >> reporter: it was. the prayers he said, and he said them in italian, were our father, the hail mary and the glory be. you had more than 100,000 people all joining in in those three
is going to take as much energy as he humans can into this. >> thanks very much. great being with you this week. >> good to be with you too. >> thank you for watching abc news. check in for "good morning america." they'll have the latest from here in vatican city. we're always online at abcnews.com. >>> from the plumes of white smoke to the deafening cheers in st. peter's square, a new pope elected. >> brothers and sisters, good cardinal jorge bigolgio. he will be known at pope francis, the first jesuit in pontif history. >> it is thursday at the vatican as we take a live look there. the new pope will meet with his predecessor, pope emeritus, popepossiblyct, possibly within hours. good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm ama date. carolyn is off. >> i am dan ashley. this choice is cause of celebration for many catholics and some continue verse because of his -- and some controversy. leslie brinkley is live in san jose where catholics attended a joyous service in honor of pope francis this evening. >> reporter: it is quiet right now, it is symbolic of a changing catholic church.
and the death counts are actually lower. >>> president obama is leaving the white house to take his energy policy on the road. ktvu's kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. bureau to tell us how this could benefit the bay area. >> reporter: dave, the president wants to give funding to states that produce clean energy. we know the bay area has been innovative when it comes to this. if this passes it could mean more jobs. president obama says since etook office, the u.s. has doubled from wind and solar sources and the u.s. reliance on gas and oil from other countries is at a 20-year low. he says more needs to be done and he's calling on congress. this plan includes investing $23 billion over the -- $2 billion over the next decks aid in energy and research to make it happen. president obama says there's enough natural gas in the u.s. to provide 100 years worth of resources. he says it needs to be tapped in a safe way. president obama is expected to get opposition from republicans when he details this plan this afternoon at a plant in illinois. why some believe it's just one way to tax
to the gps challenge is d, nuclear power provides 19%. by comparison, solar energy comsupplies 1%, and wind energy supplies 3%. don't miss the premier of jake p tapper new show, the lead. it's sure to be smart and engaging just like jake. thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i will see you next week. >>> hello, everyone. welcome to the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka wit field. guilty as charged, that's the verdict for two high school football player from steubenville, ohio. they were convicted today of raping a girl after heavy partying. trent mays and malik richmond broke down as the verdict was read. richmond's mother openly wept. and after the verdict was read, richmond's father made an emotional plea to the judge and to the victim's family. >> i hope somewhere in your hearts that you can forgive trent and malik for the pain that they have caused your daughter. and put you through. i know that god -- >> soon after the judge announced the boys' sentences, a minimum of one year for richmond, two years for mays, poppy harlow was in the courtroom as all of this played
. the energy transfers to the coast tonight and into tomorrow. new york will see some snowflak snowflakes, then it changes over to rain. boston, you'll see about a half foot of snow, some of the higher elevations in the northeast about a foot. after all this, it is all cold. spring will have to wait a while. >> from weather channel headquarters which for a time was under a tornado warning today, eric fisher. eric, thanks. >>> rain coming out of this same storm system could be helpful in tennessee tonight where a forest fire has burned through 230 acres of great smoky mountains national park. firefighters believe it started as a house fire around this time yesterday, and then 65 structures, including more than two dozen vacation cabins, were destroyed by this unusual late winter blaze. >>> in south bend, indiana, federal investigators looking through the wreckage of a beechcrabeec beechcraft private jet crashed into a neighborhood on sunday. it killed two poeceople on boar including steven davis who led the oklahoma sooners to back-to-back championships in 1991. >>> the latest european nat
is pushing down to the south but it is directing most of this energy to the north and a very mature system that has lost its energy with a lot of moisture coming from hawaii but not a lot of lift in the atmosphere to create it. we have a moist and mild flow. we were mild this morning and comfortable this afternoon and the reason we will be warmer tomorrow morning is because of that. with the thicker clouds, watch as the sprinkles develop across the north bay this afternoon, and you can see a better pocket of light rain at 5:00 and, also, along the peninsula coast, and as we head through the evening showers, we will have some sprinkles and light rain from time to time at at&t park but it will not be that heavy. we will probably get the game in with no problems and maybe not a delay. through the evening hours, it is still just scattered sprinkles through tomorrow morning and then the more organized wet weather, the window of possibly steady, light rain, moving through the north bay during the morning commute and the heart of the bay as we head to noon and headed down and exiting the south ba
but it is directing most of this energy to the north and a very mature system that has lost its energy with a lot of moisture coming from hawaii but not a lot of lift in the atmosphere to create it. we have a moist and mild flow. we were mild this morning and comfortable this afternoon and the reason we will be warmer tomorrow morning is because of that. with the thicker clouds, watch as the sprinkles develop across the north bay this afternoon, and you can see a better pocket of light rain at 5:00 and, also, along the peninsula coast, and as we head through the evening showers, we will have some sprinkles and light rain from time to time at at&t park but it will not be that heavy. we will probably get the game in with no problems and maybe not a delay. through the evening hours, it is still just scattered sprinkles through tomorrow morning and then the more organized wet weather, the window of possibly steady, light rain, moving through the north bay during the morning commute and the heart of the bay as we head to noon and headed down and exiting the south bay after 2:00, you can see the scatte
. >>> president obama is leaving the white house to take his energy policy on the road. ktvu's kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. bureau to tell us how this could benefit the bay area. >> reporter: dave, the president wants to give funding to states that produce clean energy. we know the bay area has been innovative when it comes to this. if this passes it could mean more jobs. president obama says since etook office, the u.s. has doubled from wind and solar sources and the u.s. reliance on gas and oil from other countries is at a 20-year low. he says more needs to be done and he's calling on congress. this plan includes investing $23 billion over the -- $2 billion over the next decks aid in energy and research to make it happen. president obama says there's enough natural gas in the u.s. to provide 100 years worth of resources. he says it needs to be tapped in a safe way. president obama is expected to get opposition from republicans when he details this plan this afternoon at a plant in illinois. why some believe it's just one way to tax ene
. >>> two hours from now president obama will leave the white house and take his energy reform policy on the road. ktvu kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom. we understand you just received new details on the president's energy plan. >> reporter: yeah, pam. president obama wants to set aside $2 billion over the next ten years to give the u.s. what he calls a secure energy future. the president leaves this morning for illinois and will speak at argon national laboratory which conducts research for the u.s. department of energy. in his $2 billion plan. president obama would fund more research. including advance vehicles that run on electricity. he says since he took office renewable electricity generation from wind, solar, and other sources hazardabled. the white house says oil imports are already at a 20- year low but they want to become even less dependent on foreign oil. the administration says the funding is already accounted for in its five-year plan and it will be generated by oil and gas development on government property. this all comes as the environmental protecti
reflects certain values now that there's new energy and new branding for the g.o.p. what do you say about all this? >> well, i believe that those conservative values that have served our country and t republican party for decades are still very much real and alive and solid. so the idea that somehow another-- we need to move away from values that have served this country and that are time tested, i don't agree with that at all. now, do we need to be able to articulate what freedom really means? do we need to articulate what the protection of lives and liberty and the pursuit of happiness is about? probably need to do a better job of that. when we talk about giving opportunities, whether it's economic or otherwise, texas is a very substantial hispanic state. we do pretty well with the hispanic population in texas in our elections because we've been very open and we've been very appealing to the hispanic voter in many cases when we talk about freedom from overtaxation. freedom from overregulation, freedom from overlitigation. protection of life, patriotic men and women who serve our militar
energy jobs grew four times faster than all other combined. in 2011 there were about 3.4 million green jobs. they include many types of jobs including renewable energy and recycling. >>> in news of the world tonight, lawmakers voted overwhelmingly against a plan to seize the bank deposits of residents. there was widespread opposition to use up to 10% of deposits to help secure a financial bailout. cypress needs about $20 million to bail out its banks. >>> in brazil landslides have killed at least 20 people north of rio de j me row. weeks of steady rain caused flooding and mud slides. more rain is in the forecast. landslides in the same area killed 900 people two yearsing a. brazilian officials say they may have to take drastic steps. >>> i think it is the heaviest that i am going back to my school. >> and in england malala yousufzai went to school for the first time since she was shot in the head. she was targeted by the taliban. she says she wants to study politics and the law. >>> the department of justice said it will not fight an appeals court ruling that blocks new graphic warning
to come in on budget. heather, thank you very much. largest solar energy project in the world is going to be built here in california. ken salazar joined governor brown for the announcement today. two large solar farms will be built and power 265,000 home autos it's been a pleasure to work here in california. as we have moved forward in resolving energy future of the united states of america. >> we have a lot of challenges in this country but climate change is on the way. and we've got to do something about it. >> requiring the state to get a third of the energy from renewable sources by the year 2020. we've got plenty of sun to work with today. >> yes. a nice stretch of sunny weather. >> sunny, and milder. spring won't arrive until wednesday, here is a look at high temperatures. several locations reaching 80 degrees owe today or above. ukiah a high of 80 degrees. 83 in gilroy. and high temperatures in the upper 70s, a live view looking west you can see high clouds in the sky. but sunny skies at the moment. 7234 oakland. san jose, 72. another view from our mount tam camera. looking at
, dandy idea, mr. president. should have started with yours. >>> the president's pressing the new energy strategy in his weekly address. >> free our families and our business from painful spikes in gas prices once and for all. >> we will ask a former energy secretary if it will work. first though, our political headlines. >>> wisconsin republican governor scott walker tells politico he is open to a presidential bid and will not pledge to serve a full four-year term as governor if he is re-elected next year. he told politico his focus is on substance, not longevity. walker is in maryland today also speaking at cpac. >>> former new york congressman anthony weiner may be planning a political come back. the new york democrat recently spent more than $100,000 on polls and consultants. weiner, of course, resigned in 2011 when a suggestive photo that he tweeted became public. which public office he might be considering that is later in the program today. >>> and secretary of defense chuck hagel said the united states will deploy a $1 billion anti-missile defense system along the pacific coast t
. the president doesn't. we want to unlock our energy resources to put more americans back to work. the president doesn't. but having said that, today was a good start. >> again, if the president wants to let our unwillingness to raise taxes get in the way, then we're not going to be able to set differences aside. >> so they are trying to act inflexible and it seems that the president has held on to his guns. >> right, and two of those statements, the two statements john boehner made, aren't exactly true, to be very xartable about it. the president does care about fiscal balance. he's put a deal on the table. he just doesn't think we need to get there as quickly as the republicans claim we get there. and in terms of unlocking our energy, we are closer to energy independence than we've ever been. they may want to drill in places the president doesn't. but we're making a lot of progress on energy. i think eric cantor's statement put his finger on it. the republicans in the house in particular, and we're going to see how republicans in the senate do, that the republicans in the house are simply not
nuclear energy and how safe it is. that brings me to the question of the week. what percentage of electricity consumption in the united states comes from nuclear energy? is it, "a," 1%. "b" 5%, "c" 14% or "d" 19%? stay tuned, we'll tell you the correct answer. go to cnn.com/fareed for more of the gps challenge and lots of insight and analysis. also, follow us on twitter and facebook. >>> also, remember, if you miss a show, go to itunes.com/fareed. this book of the week "double entry." by jane gleason white. i never thought a book about accounting could be fascinating, but this one is. it explains how the invention of finance led to the beginnings of modern capitalism, trade, renaissance and the global economy. all because of double entry bookkeeping. read the book and you'll be convinced. >>> american media spills a lot of ipg on polls that tell us which nations hate america. which ones tolerate america and which ones really like us. but much less is known about how americans feel about our brothers and sisters abroad when we even deign to think about them. gallup has a new pol
that there was more energy when the white smoke appeared, there was more energy on the floor here than there was last week, on the first day that the dow hit its all-time high. that unloved rally that we've been talking about. this is certainly a story that's captivated the world, of course, with the resignation, a couple months ago, of pope benedict, as he went off to his retirement. an unprecedented retirement for a pope. and now we wait for word of who this new pope will be. the front-runners, as we know, the cardinal from milan, the cardinal from brazil, and some time today, we've been hearing the possibility that the cardinal from canada, marc ouellet, might be a compromise candidate to come in here. you wonder, the politics that will be involved. you get a reformer, do you get somebody who represents where the greatest growth in the church is these days, either south america or in africa, or do you get someone who is more traditionalist, the way benedict was, and get the cardinal from milan to step into that position. >> given the fractures that are in the church right now, they also need someo
pulses of a quake energy and gives you a little time to take some action. >>> organizers of the america's cup yacht race coming to san francisco this summer are trying now to keep wind in the event's financial sails. to that end they have scaled down the size of the event dramatically. as mark matthews explains, the projected payday as well. >> reporter: the city supervisor says the america's cup organizers failed to pay prevailing wages for work done last summer. >> the highest possible for the types of programs and didn't live up to them when it came to that happening last year. >> reporter: workers are now owed $400,000 in back wages. >> prevailing wage rate for a carpenter who installed beachers is $64 an hour. >> reporter: the cities offense of labor standards enforcement says the carpenters were paid about a third of what they were do due. the cup organizers said they voluntary early agreed to the prevailing wage requirement and they have agreed to pay back wages. >> in the backdrop of that i really do question the tone here. the tone of innuendo that we are not trying to do the r
.s. energy. this oil and gas revolution we have been through in the last few years is fantastic. it's lowering our need to import oil. that money stays in our economy. when we produce a barrel of oil or natural gas in this country we get 80 to 90% of the benefit. if we have to import energy, it's about a dime. so, it has a multiplier effect on our economy. second, we need to reform our corporate tax code. it's unfair. it's not productive. most importantly, it dissuades capital investment. capital ininvestment is almost perfectly correlated with job creation. >> bret: it seems every year we talk about tax reform. >> what has happened is other countries have a much more simple and competitive corporate tax rate. we are the highest now of all the industrialized country. the tax rate at corporate level determined the level of capital expenditures. the top 1,000 companies in the united states account for 60% of all of the capital. the computer, planes, trucks, factories, the machines, things that put people to work. we don't see why the corporate tax rate could not be changed. >> bret: y
focusing on funding energy research. >> i'm proposing we take some of our oil and gas revenues from public lands and put it toward research that will benefit the public. so we can support americans without adding to the deficit. >> yesterday he toured the argon national lab that focuses on renewable energy. he wants to set up a energy security trust. oil and gas revenues would fund projects like alternative ways to fuel vehicles. republicans say spending more public money could prove wasteful. >>> the united states is boosting its missile defense system in response to the latest threats north korea. the pentagon will put 14 more missiles in alaska. they are similar to the one tested here. north korea television has been broadcasting military weapon exercises live. they have threatened a nuclear attack against the united states due to washington's opposition to their nuclear program. >>> active duty members of the military trying to get a college education are feeling the sequestr. they say they will no longer offer tuition help. a university is trying to bridge the gap. park university sa
its touch. >> i think we need some life. i think we need some energy and cred bltd. and so that's what i'm hoping for. >> it's wonderful that we finally have a pope that can represent a large piece of community. latinos and a lot of people who need the support. >> he has so many issues to take care of. just so many. and i'm going to pray a lot for him. >> for progressive american catholics, he's not likely to deliver the changes they hoped for. it's something i asked new york cardinal timothy dolan about just a short time ago. >> the issues that americans talk about most. >> sure. >> things like gay marriage and lbgt rights and celibacy for priests and contraception, they're expressing disappointment because they feel he won't move the church in what they see as a forward direction. what would you say to those americans and catholics? >> if people who are disappointed, they probably have -- it's probably an accurate sentiment. he's not going to change anything on that. but you listen to what the people are asking for as well. they're asking for a sense of hope. they're asking for trust
congress to pay for research and clean energy and a new effort to wean cars off of oil, and this news comes as the president prepares to speak at argan laboratory outside of chicago, and one of the energy research leaders. kristen welker is with us live at the white house, a nd we understand that the president has a plan to pay for the research? >> he does, richard. good morning to you. and the plan is to take revenue from oil and gas leases from offshore drilling saying that it will not add to deficit and it won't require drilling on new lands, but of course, the challenge here is to get this through both chambers of congress, and some law mamakers expressing concern that it will add to the deficit, but we should say that there are some who are saying that they are willing to learn more about the are president's proposal and among those republican senator lisa murkowski, and it is to increase research on biofuels and batteries for electric cars and things that will ultimately make the united states energy independent. we will say that the president will be greeted by protesters and those w
. economists recognize the distortion of energy markets that overlook the true cost of carbon pollution, and government accountants now list climate change as a threat to our fiscal stability. now, today, as we enter the passover and easter season and as catholics the world over celebrate the selection of a new pope, we turn to voices of faith. they, too, call upon us. they call upon us to heed the moral imperatives of protecting creation and seeking justice for all people. they call upon us to reflect on our faith, on our relationship to our world and each other and on our responsibility to future generations. and they call upon us as president obama reminded us in his inaugural address to preserve our planet commanded to our care by god. i lay no claim to religious authority, but i must believe this -- something that harms others, something that disturbs god's creation, something that stands on lies and greed, protecting that must not be consistent with god's will. in his 2010 world day of peace message entitled "if you want to cultivate peace, protect creation," pope benedict xvi cal
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takes all the energy. goes up the east coast. more snow for new england. and it's two tiers. we have a severe weather threat that starts tonight, from little rock to memphis. nashville, birmingham, jackson, chattanooga and just west of atlanta tomorrow, all with 70-mile-per-hour winds possible, isolated tornadoes, too. >> tonight, monday, tuesday, very difficult weather across the country. ginger, thank you. >>> we turn overseas tonight. and on this sunday, hundreds of thousands of worshipers packed st. peter's square, to hear pope francis deliver his inaugural blessing. delighting the crowd with a prayer he delivered without anything written down. and beforehand, he ventured into the crowd to greet well-wishers face-to-face. security trailing him. the people of rome reveling in that very human moment. but back in the pope's home country of argentina, tonight, this sunday brought headlines about the pope's past. abc's matt gutman from argentina, this evening. >> reporter: the pictures in this battered leather suitcase are all estella has left. no. she says. they kidnapped seven of my
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